The U.S Department of Homeland Security has refocused its efforts to promote private-sector cybersecurity with the launch of a new National Risk Management Center. Announced at the DHS’s National Cybersecurity Summit in New York City, the new center will look to collaborate with the private sector on identifying and reducing cyber threats and developing risk management strategies.

Speaking at the summit in late July, U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen said the center “would recast what is now NPPD, or the National Protection and Programs Directorate—our cybersecurity arm—into an ambitious operational agency capable of better confronting digital threats.”

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